The writer Victor Hugo was a man old-fashioned andmodest. In a manner of behavior, he was somewhat reminiscent of Zinovy Gerdt. With him there was a visible transformation, when he defended his beliefs, expressed in oratorical pathos, personal courage. We will be glad, dear readers, if you yourself want to pick up this book after today's acquaintance with the modest attempt of the author of the article to spell out the novel "Les Miserables" summary.
Hugo stood out even among the dynamic andresolute Frenchmen: he was called the Banner of the Revolution. He was a staunch opponent of violence against man and an ardent supporter of the abolition of the death penalty. Compatriots, discussing the novel, forged in the furnace of thoughts, feelings and convictions of the writer, converged in one: such a powerful ideological weapon against violence against man has never happened. Inspired and creative Victor Hugo wrote "Les Miserables".
The summary of the novel-epic in the stageplotting the story brings two completely different people: convicted prisoner Jean Valjean and Bishop of Digna Charles Mariel, who had sheltered and fed the dispossessed. Jean feels hatred for everything. He is convinced: the world is unjust. He was convicted of stealing bread, which he took to feed his hungry children. Taking advantage of his presence in a prosperous house and noticing where the bishop stores silver cutlery, the convict immediately steals them. Jean is detained by the police, leads to the bishop, but he not only removes the charge from the detainee, but, sending the police, hands him in addition to the stolen a couple of previously unnoticed silver candlesticks. This almost biblical story begins with Hugo's "Les Miserables". The brief content of the book must not miss this moment of truth, a meeting that shocked Jean Valjean and, changing his inner world, caused a desire to serve the Good. However, coming out of the bishop's house, he, still in the twilight state of consciousness, out of habit, took the money from the boy in question. Almost immediately the convict realizes what he did, repents, but it is impossible to return money - the boy instantly fled.
Jean Valjean begins to build a new life for himself.
Assigning someone else's name - Madeleine, organizes the factoryproduction of black glass products. His business goes up the hill, and he, the owner of the enterprise, who has benefited the city, becomes his mayor. Despite the universal recognition and award - the Order of the Legion of Honor - Madeleine is humble and humble. What further dynamics does the "Les Miserables" contain? The summary of Hugo in the future is presented with the involvement of a character - the bearer of intrigue, this ideological apologist Valjean - police agent Javer. Paradoxically, in carrying out the misanthropic paragraphs, he acts with a clear conscience, in his consciousness identifying the Law and Good. As a real operative, Javer, suspecting the mayor, informs him innocently about the trial of the alleged convicted prisoner Jean Valjean (in fact, the innocent Mr. Shanmate is being tried) on charges of robbing the boy.
Madeleine, as a worthy person, comes to court andconfesses that in reality he is Jean Valjean, demanding to release the accused. Conscious of the decision of the court receives an excessively severe punishment - lifelong work on the galleys. Fascinating his death in the deep sea, Valzhan appears to correct his sin. By decision of his mayor, the illegitimate girl Cosetta after the death of her mother fell into the family of innkeepers Tenardieu, in every way discriminated against her. Valzhan takes the girl, becomes her adopted father and takes care of her. After all, in the end, love and care are the essence of the novel Les Miserables. The summary (Hugo) is proof of this. Vigilant Javer also arranges a night raid on Valjane. However, the fate of the sufferers is favorable, they manage to escape and find shelter at the monastery: Cosette is studying at a boarding house, and Jean works as a gardener.
A young bourgeois falls in love with the girl - MariusPonmersi. However, the vindictive Tenardieu negotiates with the bandits to rob and let the old man go around the world. Marius learns about this and calls the police to help.
To the aid of chance comes none other thanas an inspector Javer, detaining bandits. But Valzhan himself manages to escape. Paris embraces the revolution. By this time, Cosette marries Marius. Valjean admits to his son-in-law that he is a convict, and he distances himself from his father-in-law, considering him a criminal. Barricades are being built on the streets of Paris, local street battles are taking place. Marius protects one of them. He and his comrades captivated the disguised police bloodhound - Zhavera. But the noble Jean Valjeant came to his rescue and released him. Government troops defeat the rebels. A former convict makes a wounded son-in-law out of the fire. In Javert, human feelings wake up and he lets go of Valjean. But, having transgressed the law, he comes into conflict with himself, ending his life by suicide.
Meanwhile, Jean is old, and life begins to freeze in him. He, not wanting to compromise Cosette, comes to her less and less, fading away. At this time, conscience wakes up in the villain Tenardier, and he informs Marius that his father-in-law is not a thief and not a murderer, but a decent person. Marius and Cosette come to Jean Valjean, asking for forgiveness for unfair suspicions. He dies happy. So ends for the epic novel "Les Miserables" summary. Hugo sincerely believed (and made others believe) that the coming epochs would be marked by Christian values, an internal struggle in every human being, an animal and immortal. The great humanist believed that the key to the future of mankind is to realize the value of each life.
The heroes of Victor Hugo are convinced romantics, strong spiritually, possessing an “inner core”, with their exploits and martyrdom opposing lies, injustice, cruelty.
Respect for the French to Victor Hugoin farewell to the ingenious writer: On June 1, 1885, a nationwide funeral was announced by the French Parliament. 800 thousand French were directly present at them. After his death, he served to unite the nation!
It only remains to agree with the words of the shortsaying goodbye that people, as to spring water, will always refer to the works of the “old utopian”, forcing his “fantasies” to “tremble the hearts”.